Cryptokill - Book Two, The Cybercode Chronicles
Cyberterror Knows No Boundaries…
Murder and mayhem continue for private investigator and computer consultant Wolf Ruger, Iraq war vet with PTSD. A trail of bodies leads him deeper into the nefarious international group plotting
attacks on military and civilian targets.
High-level security breaches in law enforcement organizations linked to cybercriminals and mobsters
lead Wolf to Toronto. He walks a fine line between the law and organized crime
while surviving attempted murders and avoiding the Canadian authorities.
He and his cabal of infosecurity experts must disrupt the cyber onslaught before a major world-wide
incident. Meanwhile, he struggles to maintain steamy relationships with Vanessa
and Ann, who each desire a no-strings-attached arrangement.
"This is a crackling first novel—action and romance go hand in hand, and you just might learn something while reading it, too. And it's about time Indianapolis got its own private eye." — Les Roberts, award-winning author of the Milan Jacovich and Saxon mystery novels
Bits and bytes can steal and kill…
Massive attacks on Las Vegas slot machines. Medical clinic murder by malware. Wolf Ruger walks a fine line between law enforcement and organized crime in the dangerous cyber world of ransomware, bots, sinkholes and sandboxes. This tight tale of murder, money and sex gives readers a behind-the-scenes look into the toxic world of international cybercrime.
Ross is the author of the Wolf Ruger mysteries Dead Drive (2016) and Formula Murder (2017). The cyberthriller Cyberkill is Book One of The Cybercode Chronicles (2018). Cryptokill Book Two of The Cybercode Chronicles (2020) is the latest Wolf Ruger adventure.
He has served as a military intelligence officer, an engineering professor, and the CTO of a defense contractor. He is a member of the Indianapolis Speed City Chapter of Sisters in Crime. He and the love of his life Francie split their time between Indianapolis IN and Fort Walton Beach, FL.
Look for him at Killer Nashville Writers' Conference in August, Bouchercon in September, and Left Coast Crime Convention in March.
"Wolf Ruger of Dead Drive is back! Once again Carley weaves a tight tale of murder, money and sex while giving readers an up-close, behind-the-scenes look into the rarified world of Formula racing. Speed counts in this taut investigation." —Michele Drier, The Kandesky Vampire Chronicles & The Amy Hobbes Mysteries